First Responders

“My job is to help.”

Many first responders choose their career path with a sense of civic duty and desire to help their communities.  Unfortunately, these responsibilities place them in situations where a negative result is almost guaranteed. Over time, this continual exposure to high-stress situations can erode our natural coping mechanisms. This can lead to unhealthy habits and affect their personal relationships.

Through a combination of traditional techniques and the adoption of new therapies, we can bring balance to your daily activities.  These tools can be used on a daily basis to bring stillness to intense moments and offer clarity in heightened situations. Ultimately, you can find balance between your professional responsibilities and your personal happiness.


To assist with processing the stress associated with on-the-job traumatic events or incidents stemming from events outside the normal scope of responsibilities, I offer Critical Incident Stress Debriefing. This training is ideal for small groups dealing with highly confidential situations.  For more information on how your team can benefit immediately call (304) 685-4773.